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runkle28

06:31AM | 12/12/05
Member Since: 01/30/05
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I remodeled my bathroom and installed a vanity whose legs and marble top sit flush to the wall. I realized as I was installing it that I would have an issue when it came time to install the base moulding - there's no room for the moulding to go behind the legs. The only way I can think to solve this is pull the vanity away from the wall and install a furing strip between the top and the wall to push the unit away so the base moulding will run behind the legs. Any other suggestions?

Altereagle

08:37AM | 12/16/05
Member Since: 12/27/02
543 lifetime posts
Return the crown it itself each side of the legs, and for the visual place a 1/8 x the height of the base to go behind the leg and paint it the same color... it'll still have a finished look up close but not stand out when you walk in due to the color tie in.

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